Mr Michael Cadier

BA, MA (Oxon), MB, BS, FRCP (Ed), FRCS (Plast), MS

Mr Cadier underwent his Undergraduate training at Oxford University and then at St Thomas’ Hospital Medical School in London, qualifying in 1986.

His Postgraduate training in Plastic Surgery was undertaken in London, Salisbury and Bristol.

He additionally undertook a BAPS travelling scholarship in France and Belgium.

After research into the laser treatment of facial vascular malformations he obtained a Master of Surgery Degree in 1998.

In his private practice Mr Cadier undertakes a full range of cosmetic surgical procedures. He has helped develop and train other plastic surgeons in some of the more innovative cosmetic surgery techniques including the MACS Facelift, Coleman fat grafting to face and lips, vertical scar Breast Reductions and open Rhinoplasty.

Appointed as an NHS Consultant Plastic Surgeon to the Regional Plastic Surgery Unit in Salisbury, Mr Cadier has been Head of this Service since 2003.

In his NHS practice he performs cleft lip and palate treatment for patients from the central south coast of England.

He has developed a Plastic Surgery Breast Reconstruction service in the Portsmouth area.

Mr Cadier has been appointed as the Clinical Director of the Spires (Oxford/Salisbury) Supraregional Cleft Lip and Palate Service.

On an annual basis Mr Cadier undertakes yearly charity missions to rural areas in Pakistan operating on children with severe facial deformities and post burn contractures. In 2002 one of these visits was the subject of a BBC documentary ‘Changing Smiles’.

Council member of the BAAPS (British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons)

Member of the BAPRAS (British Association of Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Plastic)

Member of the Cleft and Craniofacial Society

Examiner in Plastic Surgery for the Royal College of Surgeons

Program Director for South Coast Intercollegiate Cosmetic Surgery Training Fellowship

Member of British Delegation for European Standards for Cosmetic Surgery